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Okay, I'm planning out the fic I might write for next year's original big bang, and I'm going to write the story involving a couple of people getting superpowers through a set of inheritible nanomachines that's only compatible with people who have certain genetic backgrounds.

People in this world come in three subspecies - gladiators, Families and baseline humans. I want all gladiators to be compatible with the nanomachines, and I know that one of the things that makes them gladiators is a bunch of neanderthal gene fragments.

So, is it too faily to explicitly state that the compatibility factor is certain neanderthal gene fragments, given that this means only people with European ancestry qualify?
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Story: Self-Revelation
Pairing: F/m
Rating: R
Warnings: Consent issues, slavery, and a marriage that isn't actually that much different from slavery, legally speaking. There's also genderplay and a non-binary trans character.
Word Count: Approx 5000 words
Summary: A fairly normal evening brings up two issues Terese neglected to consider.
Feedback: Welcome, but keep the criticism constructive

“Terese...I thought maybe I could give you a massage later?” He lifted his head from her shoulder, putting a hesitant hand on her knee to hint at what else he was offering. He loved being allowed to kiss Terese’s small, pert breasts and to lick her wet folds, but even if Terese didn’t want that today, even if she was too tired, he could touch her, worship her body, ease the tension in those lithe muscles hidden under her dark amber skin. )
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So, I'm working on the story where Terese realises that Kim's acting more like a pleasure slave than Tonio does. Kim refers to watching Firefly for the first time in one of the early scenes, and I realised that it's quite different in their world.

Read on to learn about Jace Whedon's Firefly )
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Okay, the viewpoint character is on the darker side of european colouring when she isn't tanned, and tans to north african or a bit darker.

That said here's her fragmented description of a character who doesn't know his parents, and has no way of finding anything about them out (she calls them gene donors becase 'parent' is someone who puts the time and effort into raising a child). In my head he's a mix of north european and african, so is this realistic?

She gripped his hair, the black curls just long enough for her to clench in her fist...

...amber eyes alight with pleasure.

...skin just a touch paler than hers, but with a translucency and dark undertone that revealed more than he probably knew about his gene donors and their ancestry.

The Scotts

Jan. 26th, 2011 04:43 pm
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Figured that since I'd introduced the Scotts and their background was an interesting example of how strange the Families can get I'd talk about them.

All about the Scotts )
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Story: After the Consorting
Pairing: F/m
Rating: NC-17
Warnings: Kim comes from a background that is controlling of men at best, and abusive at worst. He identifies as male and was male assisgned at birth, but has always been uncomfortable with his own body and wishes to be at least partially female-bodied. If you're uncomfortable with the idea of transgender people or with a woman being in charge then I suggest you look elsewhere. There's also implications of near-slavery and financial coercion.
Word Count: Approx 12000 words
Summary: After signing their consorting contract Terese and Kim spend a night at a hotel to consummate it undisturbed. Terese discovers some unnerving information about Kim's background and assumptions.
Feedback: Welcome, but keep the criticism constructive

“If you'd prefer me not to undress you until after we've eaten I'm happy to go along with that. I don't want to make you uncomfortable; we're supposed to spend the rest of our lives together after all, so I don't need to force you into anything.” It would be stupid of her to do that to him; even if their contract didn't give him much power there was no reason to make him miserable, not when it would affect how he reacted to her in the future. She wanted to be able to relax at home, have her consort comfortable and relaxed around her, she wouldn't get that if he didn't trust her, if he was scared of her. )
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I've written roughly 12000 words of the wedding night between a character who I'm sure is transgendered in some way and the woman who owns him in his viewpoint, and I'm still not sure if I should post it. The character in question was male assigned at birth, ids as male and likes the submissive role that his Family prescribes for men, but he isn't comfortable in his own body. He wants to have hormone treatments to grow breasts and surgery to have his penis and testicles removed - I'm not sure if he wants reconstructive surgery to give him female genitals, and neither is he. The woman's first reaction when she finds out a bit about his issues is to ask if he thinks he should have been born female, and her final conclusion is that he needs to have therapy until he can define what changes he needs to make to feel comfortable in his body.

Is this offensive or hurtful?

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Images

Nov. 3rd, 2010 02:30 pm
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So, what does this description make you think of?

He looked young, with his large dark eyes and round cheeks. His full lips were a soft red-brown barely lighter than his sable skin. He was slender, with a narrow waist and his hair made a soft cloud around his head.
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I didn't think about transpeople in Erde until recently, but since I have considered it now, I figured I should mention a bit about them.

Read more... )
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Title: So Much Help?
Pairing: referenced F/f
Rating: PG
Warnings: reference to slavery
Word count: Approx 2,300
Summary: Antoinette is helping Jasmine study for her Basic Diploma, but Jasmine is worried about how Tonio is performing.
Feedback: Welcome as long as all criticism is constructive

“It’s just...I don’t think Terese is helping Tonio the way you’re helping me.” )
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Title: Clothing Issues
Pairing: referenced F/f
Rating: PG-13
Warning: referenced sexual slavery, non-traditional marriages
Word Count: approx 5,700
Summary: Rafiyah sets up her sewing room and offers to help Sarah navigate Family society.
Feedback: Welcome as long as all criticism is constructive

“I’m sorry, but you don’t seem to play Family word games, so I couldn’t think of a way to be more polite without being too indirect. The way you dress for formal events could easily cause problems for Antoinette.” )
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I saw a meta post about women performing femininity in fiction, so I decided to write a little about how that applies to some of the women in my original fiction.

Antoinette's Household )
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Title: Antoinette
Pairing: F/f
Rating: R
Warning: implied sexual slavery, arranged marriages, non-traditional marriages
Word Count: approx 7,600
Summary: Antoinette takes Rafiyah as her consort and back to her home.
Feedback: Welcome as long as all criticism is constructive

Antoinette thought the woman pressed up against her when she woke was Jasmine or Sarah at first, until she remembered the events of the previous day. )
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Story: Hilary
Pairing: M/m
Rating: R
Warning: Sexual slavery
Summary: The obligatory shopping trip
Feedback: Welcome, but keep the criticism constructive
This is the last part of Hilary I'd already posted elsewhere, anything else I post here will be new and posted at the same time as I post it everywhere else.

“Thank you Julio, we’ll do that.” Armand was surprised at the offer, but he wasn’t stupid enough to refuse it. “Hilary, we need to get some sunscreen for you, and some lube; is there anything else you can think of that you need or want?” He wrapped his arm around Hilary’s waist to start him moving towards the pharmaceutical department as he spoke. )
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I've written a bit about how the marriage equivalent works on Erde, as well as a snippet of how Antoinette proposed to Sarah.

Consortings and Espousals )
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Title: Antoinette
Pairing: F/f
Rating: PG-13
Warning: implied sexual slavery, arranged marriages, non-traditional marriages
Word Count: approx 7,000
Summary: Armand suggests a way his sister Antoinette could heal the breach her first consorting created with their mother.
Feedback: Welcome as long as all criticism is constructive

And he was right, if she could bring an alliance to the Family, even when she was already attached to Sarah, her mother would probably start to judge Sarah on her own merits, instead of as an obstacle to her plans for Antoinette. )
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